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Lancaster Memorial Weiswampach

Where? Urenerweeg, L-9991 Weiswampach

The Lancaster Memorial commemorates fourteen young men whose Lancaster bombers crashed near Weiswampach during the Second World War.

The Lancaster Memorial Weiswampach commemorates the crews of two Lancaster bombers who died in the Second World War. Thirteen young men lost their lives in the crash. The chapel next door offers a place of quiet contemplation.

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Address: Syndicat d'Initiative de Weiswampach
Om Leempuddel
L-9991 Weiswampach
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